THREE SOLO’S | Catherine Lamb (US), Bryan Eubanks (US),crys cole (CA) | Tuesday 21st August | 7PM | $8

images courtesy crys cole | 2012

THREE SOLO’S

A concert of three solo performances by Catherine Lamb (US), Bryan Eubanks (US) and crys cole (CA)

doors: 7 PM
concert: 7:30 PM
entry: $8

Composer/performers Cat Lamb and Bryan Eubanks will be presenting solo compositions this evening. Cat will perform Shade/Gradation (2012) for viola and filtered oscillators. Bryan will perform (test) Spectral Pattern (2012) for soprano saxophone, feedback, and digital synthesis.

local crys cole will perform a short solo to begin the night.

Catherine Lamb (b. 1982, Olympia, WA.) is a composer/violist exploring sound through intimate ensembles and solo work. She is interested in microscopic color variances in (mostly) narrow bands, often with an ever-opening form. She is interested in the elemental/spectral interaction between tones and their shadows, between beings. She works with the phenomenological dimensions of quiet perceptual/sensual layers moving in and out of presence, as a being moving in space.

Bryan Eubanks (b. 1977, WA.) is a musician focused on collaborative improvisation, solo musical projects, and generative sound installations. Primarily active within the traditions of experimental and live electronic music, he works with unstable instruments of his own design that incorporate open-circuits, samplers, radio transmission, feedback, digital synthesis, the soprano saxophone, and other acoustic instruments. His compositions and installations involve practical research into computer music, generative composition, electronics, and sound localization in an effort to bring into being situations that examine transformations in the perception of sonic space/time.

crys cole is a Canadian sound artist working in performance and installation. Active listening is the fundamental core of her practice. By drawing out subtle and imperfect sounds through simple meditative gestures she aims to concentrate the listeners focus and in turn, reveal the broader sound environment that exists around and within us. She has worked extensively in live improvisation settings and has performed and shown work across Canada, Europe, Japan and in the USA.